For psychology students interested in becoming practitioners upon graduation, we have compiled some information to assist them in this process.
Finding Your First Clinical Practice Position
Job-hunting in the clinical practice sector requires one to first determine in which state they would like to practice.
Early Practitioner Resources
School psychologists feel the squeeze
As school budgets shrink, school-based mental-health services are losing resources and support.
Update on the Affordable Care Act
The APA Practice Organization answers practitioners’ top questions on what the Supreme Court decision on the health-care law means for them.
APA’s Interdivisional Grants Program unites psychology’s subspecialties.
Medicine’s paradigm shift: An opportunity for psychology
Dr. Suzanne Bennett Johnson discusses how medicine's paradigm shift offers opportunities for psychologists in health care, medical education and health research.
Overcoming the barriers to serving Medicaid patients
Dr. Katherine Nordal discusses how Medicaid funding is important for integrated care as states begin to structure payment strategies and incentives to support the patient-centered medical home concept for enrollees with chronic illnesses and disabilities, including mental illness.
CE is part of scien(ce) and practi(ce)
APA Chief Executive Officer Dr. Anderson outlines all of APA's continuing education developments.
In support of APA's treatment guidelines efforts
APA President Suzanne Bennett Johnson discusses evidence-based guidelines (EBG) and the role of APA in the health-care arena.